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Tag Archives: neurology

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  • 2
    Aug

    2021

    How to Read an EEG

    “Do epileptologists just make things up?” remarked one of my trainees after seeing me read an EEG, obviously completely exasperated looking at a screen full of squiggly lines! EEGs are indeed daunting...

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  • 8
    Mar

    2021

    A Tattoo On My Brain

    I am a retired neurologist with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.  For nearly 25 years I practiced and taught general neurology.  Many of my patients had dementia including Alzheimer’s disease,...

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  • 19
    Jun

    2020

    The Fables at the Heart of Neurodegenerative...

    There are currently 77 clinical trials evaluating medications aimed at slowing the progression of Parkinson’s disease. On the surface that sounds like good reason to be optimistic that one of those...

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  • 10
    Jun

    2020

    Ethics in Neurosurgical Practice

    Within all fields of surgery, ethical issues are encountered on a daily basis however within the field of neurosurgery there are certain considerations that require specific consideration. In the first instance...

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